- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, December 5, 1913 (continued)
[G 4330 (continued)]
of G 4430 measured for mm plan.
Dr. Reisner to Mena House to lunch with Artin and Sayce, and then to dinner also with Mr. and Mrs. Scott.
Saturday, December 6, 1913
Present railway causeway finished:
Present distance covered by causeway.
Pit No. G 4240 measured for mm plan.
Pits Nos. G 4540 and G 4640 started and also street (at north end), debris sand.
Pit No. G 4330 finished and chamber left to be photographed, a layer of debris being left about 10 cm deep, and also a number of bones. Pit same as previous ones (Nos. G 4140, G 4240, G 4240, etc.) but the chamber is simply a hole made in the rock, not even squared out.
Mr. Bates to lunch.
Sunday, December 7, 1913
Dr. Reisner to see Sir G. Maspero in A.M.
Work continued as yesterday, pit G 4540 reaching a depth of 10 meters and G 4040 a depth of 9 meters.
Division of six portrait heads at Museum; we have been given the middle head found in G 4140 and both male and female of G 4440; others go to the Museum here.
Monday, December 8, 1913
Men's day of rest.
Masonry stones at top of pits G 4140, G 4240, G 4440, G 4540, G 4640, G 4330, and G 4430 measured for mm plans.
Called on Maspero as arranged yesterday, reaching the museum at 10:20. Talked with him until twelve o'clock with only minor interruptions. I said I trusted that the question of the change in the Museum had been settled to his satisfaction. He said it had not been entirely to his satisfaction but he did not have much to complain of. Of the new appointees he said Firth was the only one he had really wanted. I said to him that I thought both Firth and Quibell would be hard working and loyal to him. He agreed but showed a certain amount of hostility to Quibell. He said that Quibell was not in good health, that he
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